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What is OpenLinguistics?

OpenLinguistics is a free and publicly available online platform that allows linguists to record examples, collect informal acceptability judgments, and upload pre-prints of their papers to share with other linguists around the world.

Our mission is to improve transparency and rigour within the linguistic community, and to build a tool that people love.

We are currently in alpha, so feedback is greatly appreciated!

What can I do?

  • Create projects on specific linguistic topics with descriptions and topic tags.
  • Add examples to your projects.
  • Search for examples provided by other linguists that may be relevant to your topic.
  • Upload pre-prints of the paper you are writing about a project.
  • Share a permanent link to a project so that reviewers or other linguists can easily access your data.

Recent projects:

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

Temporary Area To Stage Your Examples.

Base Project

created 2 weeks ago by aroberts

Temporary Area To Stage Your Examples.

Persian plural marker 'haa'

created 1 month ago by Samavati

None

Base Project

created 1 month ago by Samavati

Temporary Area To Stage Your Examples.

Base Project

created 3 months ago by shranay

Temporary Area To Stage Your Examples.

Persian Plurals

created 3 months ago by Masoud

The semantics of Persian plural marker -ha

Persian is cool

created 5 months ago by Masoud

This project is about how cool tense and aspect in Persian is

Test

created 7 months ago by ismaildaud

test

Test project

created 7 months ago by sebschu

None

Chesi

created 8 months ago by Harvey

Wh-movement

Recent examples:

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

(ʔun) čæn tᾱ šᾱʔer-(ᾱ) mohᾱǰeræt kærd-æn

(that) some CL poet-(PL) immigrate do.PAST-3PL

‘(Those) few poets immigrated.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

čæn tᾱ šᾱʔer mohᾱǰeræt kærd-æn

some CL poet immigrate do.PAST-3PL

‘Some poets immigrated.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

be do tᾱ ʔostᾱd ʔimeil ferestᾱd-æm

to two CL professor email send.PAST-1SG

‘I sent an email to two professors.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

be do tᾱ ʔostᾱd-(ᾱ) ʔimeil ferestᾱd-æm

to two CL professor-(PL) email send.PAST-1SG

‘I sent an email to the two professors.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

šiš tᾱ bošqᾱb-(ᾱ) ro šekæst-æm

six CL plate-(PL) OM break.PAST-1SG

‘I broke the six plates.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

šiš tᾱ bošqᾱb šekæst-æm

six CL plate break.PAST-1SG

‘I broke six plates.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

hæft tᾱ værzeškᾱr-(ᾱ) ʔumæd-æn

seven CL athlete-(PL) come.PAST-3SG

‘The seven athletes came.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

hæft tᾱ værzeškᾱr ʔumæd-æn

seven CL athlete come.PAST-3SG

‘Seven athletes came.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

be ʔun ʔæsb-ᾱ neɡᾱh kærd-Ø

to that horse-PL look do.PAST-3SG

‘S/he looked at those horses.’

Base Project

created 6 days ago by Fatemeh

ʔin ketᾱb-a ro xund-æm

this book-PL OM read.PAST-1SG

‘I read these books.’